Tag: Josh Lakey

Tigers shutout Roadrunners

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Tigers rally and perform their third shutout of the season against the College of the Desert Roadrunners on Nov. 9. Quarterback Skylar Howard threw for four touchdowns and one interception on 41 attempts of which 28 were completed. Howard is currently first in conference with 275.4 passing yards per game

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RCC now 7-1

  JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER  The RCC Tigers had a two game winning resurgence following their first loss of the season against Fullerton College on Oct. 12. The first of the two wins came on the road against the El Camino College Warriors on Oct. 19 with a 48-25 victory followed by a hard fought

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Carrie Lives Again

JOSHUA LAKEY | STAFF WRITER It’s 1976, and Carrie White is awaiting high school hunk Tommy Ross to pick her up and accompany her to her high school senior prom. Except it’s not 1976 and Carrie White isn’t played by Sissy Spacek. It’s 2013 and Hollywood’s star on the rise Chloe G. Moretz along side

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‘Ghost Walk’ haunts downtown

JOSHUA LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The 22nd annual haunted “Ghost Walk” kicked off in gruesome, ghastly and wicked fashion in the downtown Mission Inn and Main Street area of Riverside this past Saturday and Sunday Oct. 25 through the 26. Hosted by the California Riverside Ballet Studio, this year’s Ghost Walk carried on with traditionally fun filled spooky themed attractions that children in costumes and

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Hornets sting Tigers in loss

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Riverside City College football team suffered its first loss of the season against the Fullerton Hornets, 38-36, on Oct. 12. The Hornets also entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 2 in Southern California behind the Tigers of RCC. In a game that warranted a total of 26 penalties, which

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Volleyball record falls to 4-4

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Tigers hosted their first home game against the College of the Canyon Cougars September 18 to a crowd of 75 attendees which lasted approximately two hours and six minutes. The Tigers controlled the tempo from the sound of the buzzer in the first set until the close, resulting in the

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